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Stanton Moore Live at Tower Records - <b>Stanton Moore & Friends</b> on 2002-05-02

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Stanton Moore Live at Tower Records - <b>Stanton Moore & Friends</b> on 2002-05-02


Topics Live concert


1. Hamp's Hump
2. Let's Go
3. Magnolia Triangle
4. For the Record


Collection StantonMoore
Band/Artist Stanton Moore
Venue Tower Records - Stanton Moore & Friends
Location New Orleans, LA

Source (FOB) Neumann AK40 > LC-3 > KM100 > Lunatec V2 > Apogee AD1000 > DAT
Lineage DAT(m) > Ego-sys Waveterminal 2496> SF 4.5 > CDWAV >SHN via MKW 0.97b
Taped by Andrew Rakow
Transferred by Andrew Rakow

Notes

Stanton Moore: Drums
Chris Wood: Bass
Brian Seeger: Guitar
Skerik: Saxophonics, etc.
John Ellis: Saxophone and Flute

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Reviews

Reviewer: 3toes - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 22, 2008
Subject: Fantastic show
Again, this show was amazing. Sound quality was excellent on this recording. I met the man behind the sound, sorry I forgot your name! Glad to see you got this uploaded. Thanks again!

Not counting the intro tracks, the third song is "(Who Ate The)Layer Cake", 10th is "Over(Compensatin')," and the last track is "(Late Night At The)Maple Leaf." They're all off of the new album "Emphasis (On Parenthesis)." Great stuff, although I'm a bit disappointed he didn't play Thanks (Again)!
Reviewer: Dcknyc - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 12, 2005
Subject: Revised Setlist
This show is fantastic, one of my favorite shows on the Archive. However, the setlist posted is incorrect. I had the chance to meet and play with Brian Seeger for a little bit and found out quite a bit of information about this group.

1. Sprung Monkey - 13:18
2. Jam in 5 - 10:40
3. Let's Go - 12:34
4. Booby Trap - 7:10

Sprung Monkey is a pretty popular tune in the New Orleans music scene, I don't know who wrote it. The Jam in 5 is in 5/4 time, also don't know who wrote it. Let's Go is a Brian Seeger tune and is on Stanton's album Flyin' The Koop. Booby Trap is also a Seeger tune. This group is exelent, you should check out all of their shows on archives and pick up records from all the guys. If you happen to live in New Orleans, you are a lucky soul. Check out each one of these fine musicians whenever they come to your town. Enjoy.
Reviewer: acurtis - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - January 14, 2005
Subject: Sounds Nice
This show sounds great,
nice short in store set
43:49
some major thump in this recording,
I think i just set off a car alarm
outside.
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